Damaging winds, torrential downpours, hail and tornadoes are among the weather phenomena expected to threaten the Southeast this weekend.
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Three storms will hit California and the southwestern United States into early next week with travel disruptions from flooding and mountain snow.
The 58th Presidential Inauguration will take place on Friday, Jan. 20, 2017 in Washington, D.C. in damp, overcast conditions.
Warmth will continue to build over much of the eastern United States into next week, ahead of what could be a major snowstorm for parts of the Central states.
Soaking rain will elevate the flood threat over the southern United States late this week, followed by a severe weather threat this weekend.
A new round of storms will bring locally drenching rain and heavy mountain snow, with possible flooding and travel disruptions, in California.
After causing significant icing in the central United States, a storm will shift into the Northeast by Tuesday.
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The river of moisture will once again target the West Coast starting this week, first slamming the northwestern United States before heavy rain and mountain snow plunges back...